Blue John Gallery
The entrance to the cave lies picturesque between green patures. In the front the
19th century mining equippment and some examples of Blue John.
Some remains of the Blue John vein, small veins of minor quality.
, showing a chandelier and an old time windlass.
The path follows the main tunnel of the cave, which is going down all the time.
The cave is the bed of an ancient river that formed the cave during melting phases in the last ice ages. The ceiling shows typical forms of this
Lord Mulgraves's Dining Room.
This view gives an impression how high the cave gets in this lower parts.